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From Hartford, HALO’s solution for power-thirsty gadgets finds worldwide customer base

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford-based developers of portable chargers for electronic devices have found a worldwide customer base.

As traditional audience ages, Greater Hartford arts venues vie for Millennial business

Joe Cooper |

Performing-arts institutions are in a race against time trying to pursue the affection of a Millennial generation that has never fully engaged live performances infusing drama, music or dance.

Farmington biotech receives $2M grant for hearing-loss research

Joe Cooper |

Frequency Therapeutics, which has a Farmington location, has received a $2 million federal grant to further its research of hearing loss caused by military service-related injuries.

Already deep in debt, Connecticut struggles with extremes of wealth and income

Keith M. Phaneuf | CT MIRROR |

Even within a nation racing dangerously toward unprecedented levels of income and wealth inequality, Connecticut stands apart.

401(k) plans shouldn’t intimidate small businesses

Joel Johnson |

As most are aware, Fortune 500 companies and other larger businesses tend to offer 401(k) retirement plans, or something similar, to their employees.

Entrepreneurs offer thoughts for improving startup climate

Spencer Curry, co-founder and CEO of Meriden-based Trifecta Ecosystems, an aquaponics technology company and indoor farm, said finding the right investors — those who can bring more than money...

CT Invention Convention breeds student entrepreneurs

Q&A talks with Ron Katz, executive director of the Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC).

Tunxis among group receiving $237K for bioscience, health research

Joe Cooper |

Tunxis Community College is among a group of higher education partners being awarded $237,069 to provide students with research opportunities in bioscience and health-related fields.

CT Lottery taps new marketing, ad agencies

Joe Cooper |

The Connecticut Lottery Corp. has selected two communications agencies from Middletown and Glastonbury as its new advertising and marketing partners.

B of A's new digital-banking aide: 'Erica'

Gregory Seay |

Bank of America has raised the stakes in the digital-banking race, introducing a smart-technology virtual assistant it says can assist customers with banking and personal-finance information and...

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